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VENISON BURGERS

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hey guys/gals

Im making some venison burgers tonight, 3 hours or so from now..anybody have a great seasoning/recipe they use for veni burgers? if i dont hear anything by then, i will experiment tongue.gif

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If you have a grinder or even a food processer, grind up some bacon... 1/4 package bacon to a pound of burger, finely dice up some onion, 1/4 onion to a pound of burger, and add a 1/4 pack of Lipton onion soup mix.... mix all ingredients well (you may need a splash of water... or beer to mix well), form into patties and grill or fry. Season with Kansas City steak seasoning while cooking. Top with cheddar cheese and bbq sauce on a butter toasted bun and you got some darn good burgers.

We do the above when we grind the venison in the fall... 4lbs venison to a pack of bacon and a whole onion and a whole pack of soup mix... 1/4 patty press and patty paper to keep seperated. Burgers are ready whenever you need them.

Good Luck!

Ken

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Yeah, Ken, that sounds great. Got some venison burger in the freezer and I'm going to try it tonight. Any excuse to open a beer.

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Holy ----! I'm droolin'.... tongue.gif

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Found some buffalo burger in the freezer that I forgot I had. Going to try Ken's recipe with it.

Got all the other ingredients and added some green pepper for color. Whoooyaa!

Got the beer going in anticipation. If it's anything but great, I will be amazed. The burger and the beer. I'll let you know how it works out.

If you don't hear from me, I died in extasy.

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Labsforme Great burgers tried them tonite. Went over great burgers and good ale. Thanks for the info crazy.gif

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I've been doing that exact recipe for a few years now and I seem to run out fast. Especially if I give some to the family. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good.

Kidwalleye

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